Meet the Woman Who Leads NightWatch, Google's Internal Privacy Strike Force

        Lea Kissner is back at her alma mater, the University of
        California at Berkeley, armed with a crisp gray blazer, a
        slide deck, and a laptop with a 'My Other Car Is A Pynchon
        Novel' sticker on it. Since graduating in 2002, she's earned a
        PhD at Carnegie Mellon in cryptography and worked her way up
        at Google, where she manages user privacy and tries to keep
        things from breaking. She's here to tell a hall of computer
        science students how she did it--and also how to create
        privacy-protective systems at a scale that you won't find
        outside a handful of massive tech companies.

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